Reno Omokri, the former new media aide to ex-President Goodluck Jonathan and Senator Ali Ndume of Borno South Senatorial District are locking horns on Facebook over statements attributed to Ndume concerning the rising tempo of Boko Haram attacks in the North-East.
It all began with Omokri, throwing the first verbal punch shortly on Monday afternoon when he wrote on his Facebook Page: “In today’s paper, Senator Mohammed Ali Ndume who once praised President Muhammadu Buhari for ‘defeating’ Boko Haram now says he is worried about the ‘worrisome’ dimensions of Boko Haram attacks!
“You see sir, lies have an expiry date and the lies you told against Goodluck Jonathan will continue to ‘worry’ and ‘disturb’ you!”
But the Senator is not one to keep mum when attacked, especially when it is in the public space.
“He was an innocent weak President that most of the people around him exploited for their personal interest.”
However, Reno told Ndume that while what he said may or not be true, it was better they stuck with the facts.
“So Senator, let us stick with these facts. If I have lied, please feel free to expose me,” Omokri said
Below are the screenshots of the Facebook spar: